A technique used in social networking when one doesn't want to communicate with a particular person any more. Usually involves going to the residence or workplace of the offender and beating their face in with a cinder block.
"Jerry was really getting on my nerves so I had to block him. He's in hospital now."
by Waldo L.S October 12, 2012
neighborhood or where u live
he was chillin on my block
by ariel December 03, 2003
brick of cocaine or brick of yayo or kilo
get a pot with the stove on warm get a block quicker then the ready rock form
by chris March 07, 2005
1. In USA, "block" mean city block, 'hood, smallest area surrounded by streets.

2. In Central/Eastern Europe, Poland, post-DRG Germany & France, "block" is fuckin' HUGE apartment bulding made of concrete panels, where people live like rats in cages. Worst muthafuckin ghetto you can imagine.
1. Wudup man, what's the news on the block bro?

2. Oh shit, the elevator in our block is fucked up. We must go downstairs through 20 floors.
by hakoon July 29, 2006
1. When drugs are pressed into a block shape also called bricks.

2. Street block.
1. "Man I got me some blocks of Weed!"

2. "Dude lets go to Chris's block."
by Gangsta Cornstalk December 10, 2005
Probably the most useful tool on MSN messenger
what i do to retarted people who either say "ROFL OMG LMAO LOLZ" or a damn annoying white ho named morgan who thinks shes really cool, but shes a skank
by Protoza November 06, 2004
Head, perhaps more Brit than American?
As in "I'll knock yer fucking block off"
by sevenhn February 10, 2006
There is a block in every major city. It's a neighborhood where drug dealers are out 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Basically, it's a literal drive through for illegal substances. You go, make your order, you make a block, and you pick up your stuff.
Killa: "Yo, you wanna hit up the block today?"
J: "Fo sho nigga, let's do this!"
by Killa and J April 16, 2006

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